All eyes are on this weekend’s blockbuster rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder as the heavyweight stars gear up to face off once again.
In December 2018, the star duo produced a thrilling draw in Los Angeles.
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The pair have both claimed two victories since and now they are set to meet again to renew their rivalry.
2020 promises to be a huge year in top level boxing and Fury vs Wilder II could well be an all-time classic.
Before coming face-to-face in the ring once again, the two will first meet at the traditional pre-fight weigh in.
Fury vs Wilder 2: Date and UK start time
The heavyweight title bout will take place on Saturday, February 22 and is being held at the iconic MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
As the fight is happening in the USA, it will mean a late night for UK fans.
The UK is eight hours ahead of Sin City meaning the main event will start between 4am and 5am GMT on Sunday, February 23.
The ring walks will depend on how the undercard plays out with the likes of Charles Martin and Emanuel Navarrete in action.
The fight night will be available to watch on BT Sport Box Office, while talkSPORT will bring you exclusive radio coverage and a live blog on our website.
Fury vs Wilder 2: Weigh in and press conference
The pre-fight press conference will be held on Thursday, February 20 but times have not been confirmed as of yet.
The weigh-in will then take place a day later on Friday, February 21 and will get underway from around 10:30pm UK time.
It will be shown live in the UK on BT Sport 2.
Fury vs Wilder 2: What has been said?
Deontay Wilder recalls being shocked when Tyson Fury got up off the canvas in their first fight after seeing him sprawled out ‘like a murder scene’.
Wilder told talkSPORT: “It was amazing to see. My face showed the impression of surprise.
“Like I was surprised because when you hit a guy, most of the time when I hit guys, they fall and especially how I stood over him and saw his eyes go in the back of his head and his neck was pulsing out with veins.
“With hot blood going straight down him because his body is reacting and to see his body on the canvas like a murder scene, it was surprising to see him get up.
“Inside I was like ‘yeah’. I threw my hands up in the air because we were living up to the hype of the fight and I can only imagine the people in the arena or people at home or listening to it on the radio will hear ‘he goes down. Wilder knocked him down’.
“Now when you hear about Wilder knocking somebody down in your heart you are like ‘damn it’s over’ because that’s what I do. It made it a thrilling fight.”
Fury vs Wilder 2: Tale of the Tape
Fury – Wilder
Nationality: British – American
Age: 31 – 34
Height: 6ft 9 – 6ft 7
Stance: Orthodox – Orthodox
Reach: 85in – 83in
Record: 29-0-1 – 42-0-1
KOs: 20 – 41
Rounds: 186 – 143
Debut: 12/6/2008 – 15/11/2008
Nickname: The Gypsy King – The Bronze Bomber